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Lydia – A Fine Evening For A Rogue lyrics

It started quite young
Yeah, I learned how to, to,
To stay quiet, just stay quiet, always stay
We're cursed with disease
I have to be perfect
And you're not better than me, no.

Don't you ever get lonely?
Yeah, don't you ever get lonely?
'Cause it's no better for me
I still cannot breathe

Don't you ever get lonely?
Yeah, well, don't you ever get lonely?
'Cause I never saw you leave this lately

Well I wasn't sure that I would be staying
So let's stay quiet, yeah, let's stay quiet
Then we can live
Alive in this bed
Alive for the evening
And you're no better
It's never gone, no,
I could be so safe

Don't you ever get lonely?
Yeah, don't you ever get lonely?
'Cause it's no better for me
I still cannot breathe

Don't you ever get lonely?
Yeah, well, don't you ever get lonely?
'Cause I never saw you leave this lately



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